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Motorcyclist Injured in Crash on Highway 99 Near Broadway


Motorcycle, Car Collide in Sacramento Accident

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Sacramento, CA (November 18, 2019) – A motorcyclist was injured in a crash in Sacramento. The accident occurred on the evening of November 18 on Highway 99.

A motorcycle and a car collided on Highway 99, near Broadway. The cause of the crash is unknown. The motorcyclist was injured. 

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